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Glasgow epb

Over 60 Years of Service

One Simple Purpose

Our mission at the Glasgow Electric Plant Board is to  provide the highest quality electric power, cable television, and other telecommunications services at affordable costs, making them practical and improving the standard of living for all the people of Glasgow.


The Glasgow Electric Plant Board is the municipally-owned electric power, cable television, and internet service utility serving the vicinity of Glasgow, Kentucky. The Glasgow EPB was created by a determined group of locals over sixty years ago who envisioned that a small group of local experts would better deliver the essential technology and resources necessary to make life in Glasgow better than an investor-owned corporate utility.

We continue honoring that original vision today. Glasgow EPB operates the first municipally-owned combination electric power and broadband utility system in the United States. Our local utility is working constantly to find new ways to make our energy usage, and our community life, totally sustainable and self-reliant.

Committed to our community.

Capturing All Things Local

GEPB 6 – the local channel

our customers are our neighbors.

The Glasgow Electric Plant Board follows a mission of providing dependable and affordable services to the community we call home. We strive to give back to our community in every form. Including initiatives from working to help those in need, to educating our youth about our services and potential careers in our industry.

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The Glasgow EPB is currently working three different isolated power outages affecting the Lexington Drive area, the YMCA/Pocahontas Trail area, and the North Green Street and Highland Park area. 
Please Reduce Nonessential Energy Usage

The Glasgow EPB is asking all power customers to reduce their nonessential electricity usage (e.g. unplug electronics not in use, turn off lights in empty rooms, avoid use of washer/dryer) in an effort to help the regional power grid as our area continues to experience extremely cold temperatures, resulting in high energy consumption. 

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